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Police log

Aug 13, 2014

The Fairfield Police Department reports the following calls and incidents logged at dispatch:



A caller advised that he was at the park when a dog acted like it was going to attack him. He said a female in a red SUV came and picked the dog up. Caller provided officers with the vehicle’s plate number. Officers searched parking lots in the area for the vehicle, and found a red Ford Escape parked off Lowe Avenue on Fourth Street in the west parking lot by the tracks with no occupants.

A caller advised that his wife left her jeep parked at the post office on 23rd Street overnight. When she returned to her vehicle, the gas cap was removed and the antenna bent. Caller believes that someone was trying to syphon gas. Officers were unable to contact subject regarding the incident.

Justin Doyle Brown turned himself in. Doyle was confirmed to have an outstanding warrant in Johnson County for failure to appear.

While on patrol, officers noticed Miguel Rodriguez entering 202 E. Grimes St. Officers confirmed his identity and the existence of an open warrant. Rodriguez was arrested and transported to the county jail.

A subject came into the lobby to report that while he was at work, his weed eater was stolen from his trailer. Subject claimed that the weed eater is valued at $200. Officers advised subject to contact them if he discovered anymore information.

A subject was pulled over for driving a vehicle with no plates. When officers approached, subject confessed to driving without a license. He said he only picked up the car for his girlfriend to have tires put on it. Dispatch advised officers that subject’s license had been suspended four times. Subject was arrested at the scene, and the vehicle was left at Buchanan Apartments. Subject’s girlfriend later picked up the vehicle.

Citizen advised that she saw Seth Prunty, who had an outstanding warrant, walking with his mother. Officers arrested Prunty for an open warrant for driving under suspension.

A caller reported that someone hacked into his Facebook account and is harassing him. Subject called back and told officers that the alleged hacker was on his way over to his house to “beat him up.” Officers advised caller that a disagreement could lead to a physical altercation. Subject arrived at caller’s house while caller was on the line with officers. Subject was advised by officers to leave and cease making contact with caller.

A caller said her mother’s boyfriend was drunk and hurting her mother. Officers couldn’t understand everything that caller was saying. However, officers were able to confirm the identity of the male subject in question, and that he is a Van Buren County resident.


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